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Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline: Monad

Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline: Monad
It helps a lot with public transport, and it is much more comfortable than carrying a huge cat box!

Marlow: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline

Marlow: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline
Meet Marlow from the United States. We're excited to feature these stories, tips, and love from our very own catstomers.

Oxford: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline

Oxford: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline
Meet Oxford from Canada. We're excited to feature these stories, tips, and love from our very own catstomers.

Rosie: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline

Rosie: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline
Meet Rosie from Henderson, Nevada, United States. We're excited to feature these stories, tips, and love from our very own catstomers.

“Scaredy-Cat” Who? Cat-Guardians and Their Feline Friends Tackle Common Cat Misconceptions

“Scaredy-Cat” Who? Cat-Guardians and Their Feline Friends Tackle Common Cat Misconceptions
We're excited to announce that at Pop Cats 2019 in Portland, Oregon, we'll be hosting a panel titled "Travel Cats: Exploring Beyond the Great Indoo...

Coco and Sabine: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline

Coco and Sabine: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline
Meet Coco from The Netherlands. We're excited to feature these stories, tips, and love from our very own catstomers.

Nori and Hiro: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline

Nori and Hiro: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline
What’s your biggest tip for getting your cat used to your cat backpack? Use it frequently! And leave it out for them to play with/in and to let it smell like you and your home.

Ozzy and Kipling: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline

Ozzy and Kipling: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline
What was your biggest reason for getting your cat backpack? I love going for walks and wanted to share that with my cats.

Cider: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline

Cider: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline
What's your favorite part of #yourcatbackpack? Being able to explore the beautiful state we live in with our cat. It also motivates us to try out new places we wouldn't have gone to. Plus, trips to the vet are a lot less stressful than when we used a carrier... she has so many positive connotations with the backpack (adventure! exploring!) that she doesn't mind getting in it for a car ride.

Bijoux and Erin Hiking Canada: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline

Bijoux and Erin Hiking Canada: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline
Take it slow at first! Only do what your cat wants to do, some cats have no interest in adventuring around and would much prefer to watch from the front lawn. We started with the backyard and went from there, luckily for us Bijoux wasn’t done exploring at the edged the yard. But we always make sure her harness is secure.

New Zealand's Rafferty, a British Shorthair with Catitude: Your Cat Backpack Bubble Carrier Bio

New Zealand's Rafferty, a British Shorthair with Catitude: Your Cat Backpack Bubble Carrier Bio
What’s your cat's preferred method of travel in your cat backpack? Bubble? Screen? Top open? He loves to hang over the top, or have his paws on our backs.

Sesame Seed: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline

Sesame Seed: Your Cat Backpack Featured Feline

It all started with Sesame Seeds mom who was call Sunflower Seed, she would visit us and we would feed her. She started coming by every day and getting more and more use to us. 

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